Emergency Roofing Repair in Dallas, McKinney & Fort Worth
When you have a roofing emergency, you want a McKinney roofing repair contractor you can depend on. Roof problems can be caused by most anything, whether it is tree damage, sun damage, hail damage or even improper installation. When your roof is leaking and you need emergency repairs, it is best to call professionals like our roofers at Paradigm Roofing.
Paradigm Roofing provides the high quality roofing repair in McKinney. You can trust that our roofing contractors will get the job done right the first time. Our emergency repair services are quick and efficient so that you can get back to living life and not have to worry about the damaged roof over your head. We will even go a step further and coordinate with your insurance company to get your roof repairs down faster.
Most Common McKinney Roofing Repair Issues
At Paradigm Roofing, we have extensive experience in fixing a wide variety of roofing issues. The most common repairs that we see are roofing leaks. The worst damage are by leaks that start small and go unnoticed. A small leak can cause water damage, dangerous mold growth, and slowly deteriorate the structure of your roof. It is important that you perform regular roofing maintenance to catch leaks before they turn into an expensive fix. Paradigm Roofing can assist you with roofing maintenance, as well as fixing any sized leak. Give us a call today and we will be there quickly to assist you.
Emergency Roof Leak Repair
In terms of addressing emergency concerns, roof leak repair is high priority. We at Paradigm Roofing, focus on roof leak repair with a trained eye and with no cutting corners. It is crucial that when we fix your roof, it is safe and sturdy enough for the long haul. Be it those Texas rainstorms or hail that periodically targets DFW roofs, we’re ready to help with any emergency roof leak repair you may need.
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Roof Leaks
Commonly, we get asked: how can I find the exact location of a leak? This can be done both internally – in the attic – and externally on the roof itself. When there is no rain or precipitation, you can look for the leak on the roof by getting up there and physically examining it. However, you can also check for a roof leak from the attic. In the attic, you’ll want to look directly above where the dripping is happening inside your home. Once you get up into the attic, you should be able to identify – directly above the ceiling leak – where the roof leak is.
Average Cost of Emergency Roofing Repair
Most emergencies occur after a storm. Sometimes the damage has to be temporarily repaired to keep more water out until the real repair can be made. Once the damage has been assessed to determine the best course of action, the cost depends on the type of repair that has to be done, and the material that the roof is made of. You should always inform your insurance company of the situation, and in addition, the roofing company will be able to speak with your insurance company to help the process go more smoothly.
On average, emergency repair costs between $400 and 2,000 dollars, but metal, wood and tile roofs are most expensive to repair because of removal, materials and labor, while asphalt, slate, and composite roofs are generally less expensive. In addition, the location of the leak and the size would be factors in the cost of the repair. Sometimes the location of the leak is hard to find because it may actually be areas around the chimney or vent pipe that are leaking.
Free Roof Repair Estimate
We understand how difficult it can be to find a roofing company worth your time and effort. You need professionals who are capable of providing the work you need accomplished in a timely manner and at an affordable price. That is the type of value a professional roofing company will offer to clients. This is why Paradigm Roofs offers a free roof repair estimate; with this estimate, we can offer a comprehensive plan for how much the entire job will cost, factoring in the size of the roof, the type of repair required, the hours required to accomplish the task at hand, and anything else that may factor into the overall price of the job.
Once you have this information available to you, you may decide exactly how to move forward. Of course, many homeowners have some money saved up in case of repairs. Think of it as an investment in the longevity of your home, which was already a major investment.
How can I tell if my roof is in need of repair or maintenance?
Most of the time, you’ll notice a leak or leaks occurring after a heavy rain. In this case, you may be dealing with an emergency repair. Sometimes, you may not physically see a leak, but you may notice damage or a moldy odor on wood in your house.
Even roofs that are relatively flat have some sort of slope to them, so the location of the leak in your house may not be the exact location externally. In addition, sometimes it isn’t the roof at all, but a piece of flashing around the chimney, the vent pipes, or even the gutters. A roof inspection is the best way to find out exactly what needs to be repaired.
What kind of a warranty do you have available for your roofs?
All new residential roofs installed by our company include a minimum five-year labor warranty and a minimum 20-year material warranty. Our commercial roofs come with a minimum ten-year labor warranty and 50-year material warranty.
If we do emergency repairs on your roof, they are likely covered by your homeowner’s insurance. The section of an old roof that is repaired would likely be covered also. The best way to find out what warranty you’d be covered by is to call Paradigm Roofing at (972)-542-7774 to schedule your free estimate.
How can I find the exact location of a leak?
Locating a single leak in your roof can be an extremely difficult task if you are unsure of the telltale signs that point towards an issue. To start, you should be looking for stains coming from the roof. Begin by looking uphill from these stains and seek out any roof penetrations. Penetrations in the roof are the single most common source of any leaks in the roof of residential homes. In fact, it is quite rare for a leak to occur in any other manner these days. Finding the source of the leak can be accomplished easier if you happen to have attic access within the home. Take a flashlight and begin exploring this area of the house, seeking out any signs of the leak from the attic itself. Water stains, black marks, and growing mold are telltale signs of the location of a leak.